Ask The Doc! Types Of Breast Cancer And The Flu Season
February 28, 2021
This week, the doctors discuss the different types of breast cancer. They also touch on a question from a viewer regarding the treatment of their husband’s heart tumors. Is he getting the right treatment? What happened to Flu Season? What’s the latest on Covid-19? All this and more on Ask The Doc!
This week, Dr. Whaley and Dr. Raymond Tidman discuss some questions sent in by viewers. They touch on the long term effects of Cancer and some possible complications of surviving cancer. They also discuss how to know when you’re cured of cancer. Is there anyway to prevent future complications for cancer survivors? The doctors also discuss the current numbers of cancer survivors compared to in the past.
Ask The Doc! Gastric Bypass Complications And Sarcomas
January 31, 2021
This morning, the Doctors discuss Gastric Bypass Surgery and its complications. When is this surgery needed? What are its complications? They also answer a question regarding a Sarcoma. Dr. Whaley discusses why you shouldn’t google medical information. They also discuss the latest vaccine news. Who should be receiving the vaccine?
After consultation with numerous professionals, including local doctors and Department of Public Health representatives, the Hart County Charter System has decided to delay face-to-face instruction for all students.
Staff members will report to work on Tuesday, January 5, as originally planned. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 will pick up Chromebooks on Wednesday, January 6. Principals will provide specific times in their weekly callouts. Students in grades 3 through 12 will participate in virtual instruction from Thursday, January 7, through Friday, January 15.
Parents of students in pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will pick up work packets on Thursday, January 7. Again, principals will provide specific times in their weekly callouts. Work packets will carry students through Friday, January 15.
A meal distribution schedule will be advertised within the next 24 hours. The school district hopes to resume face-to-face instruction on Tuesday, January 19, due to Martin Luther King Jr observance on the 18th. Please use this time to monitor your health and the health of your children. To the greatest extent possible, stay home and refrain from socializing with those that do not reside in your household. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding!